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Warren Hill - Kiss Under The Moon (1991)

24-12-2015, 15:02
Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Kiss Under The Moon
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: Novus
Genre: Jazz-Pop / Smooth Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Total Time: 52:26 min
Total Size: 361 MB / 119 MB


01. Promises [05:29]
02. Kiss Under The Moon [05:35]
03. One Touch [05:25]
04. Take-Out Dreams [05:25]
05. Swept Away [04:41]
06. Waiting For A Love [05:36]
07. No Disguise [04:37]
08. Maybe Tomorrow [05:41]
09. 30 Days [04:27]
10. Too Little, Too Late [05:27]


Warren Hill (vocals, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, keyboards);
Byron DeLear (vocals, guitar, keyboards, drum programming, background vocals);
Craig Thomas (vocals);
Fred Jenkins, Chris Horvath (guitar);
Lee Thornburg (trumpet);
Tom Whaley (trombone);
Hans Zermuellen (piano, keyboards);
Preston Glass (keyboards, bass synthesizer, drum programming);
Sam Purkin (keyboards);
Michael Boddicker (synthesizer);
Kenny McDougald,
Harvey Mason, Sr. (drums);
Michael Barsimanto (cymbals);
Paulinho Da Costa (percussion);
Valerie Pinkston-Mayo, Jennifer Westmoreland, Portia Griffin, Valerie Pinkston, Angel Rogers (background vocals).

One of smooth jazz's most popular sax stars began his solo career in exciting fashion, as this energetic debut was one of the genre's best discs of that year. He was still searching for his own identity, to be sure. Like Nelson Rangell and Dave Koz, his alto sound hit the mark as an update on the David Sanborn sound, but on the accessible danceable yet frequently tender Kiss Under the Moon, Hill's horn makes all the right moves over all the right grooves. In its search for a crossover pop audience, even the soulful vocal tracks (one co-written with Al Jarreau and Jay Graydon) are memorable. Like Koz and Rangell, Hill could also sweeten it up on the soprano (and the stunning "30 Days" even features both saxes), and a little more venturing into this area could have made this brilliant debut even better. Over the course of five subsequent albums, Hill emerged as an artist who may one day become an influence rather than simply draw from his own. -- Jonathan Widran ~



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